Using the right containers for your weed might not seem like a big deal, but you’d be surprised just how crucial this variable is. Here are some factors you should consider:
Correct pH levels
5. IMPROPER HUMIDITY FOR SEEDLINGS
Even if every stage up to harvest has gone splendidly, the final (and most maddening) mistake you can make is harvesting too early or too late. You don’t want to make the chop before your buds reach peak potency, but you also don’t want to leave them hanging, so to speak.
Fill a glass halfway with lukewarm (22°C) water and drop in your seeds. After about 3–5 days, the seeds should have sprouted, and you can now transfer them (carefully!) into your prepared soil pots.
Seedlings are very sensitive and do not take kindly to growing mistakes like improper humidity and moisture levels. Both could spell the premature end for your seedlings.
However, sometimes a marijuana plant is harvested just a bit too late. Perhaps it got the chance to develop a bit longer than it would normally, or maybe the grower was just trying something new.
Contrary to what most people think, what you’re smoking isn’t actually the rolled up or dried leaves of the Cannabis Sativa plant. You’re actually smoking small flower buds.
What Do the Seeds Look Like?
Take a look at your seed and make sure it’s the right color. It should be brown and entirely whole, not split apart or otherwise damaged.
Well, before you can consider whether or not you can plant those assorted seeds, you need to know what to look for, and how to do it.
However, every smoker has had the thought cross their mind on this seed discovery: Could I grow my own weed?